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Three Booked Into Hopkins County Jail On Felony Warrants
Jun08

Three Booked Into Hopkins County Jail On Felony Warrants

Three people were booked into Hopkins County jail on felony warrants during the past 2 days, according to arrest reports. Laurence Wade Cantwell II Sulphur Springs Police Lt. Brad Horton and Officer Sean Hoffman were made aware of a warrant for Laurence Wade Cantwell II and a possible location for the wanted man. They went to the West Spence Street address, confirmed a man present was indeed Cantwell and took the 40-year-old into...

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Man Attempts To Steal A Second Vehicle After Crashing Stolen Car
Jun01

Man Attempts To Steal A Second Vehicle After Crashing Stolen Car

A 40-year-old Mount Pleasant man allegedly attempted to steal a second vehicle Monday, after crashing a stolen car in Sulphur Springs, according to police reports. David Lee “Boo-Boo” Miles (HCSO jail photo) Sulphur Springs Police Officer Sean Hoffman and Lt. Brad Horton responded around 1 p.m. May 31, 2021, to assist other officers in locating a man reported to have fled the scene of a crash in the 1500 block of West...

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3 Arrested For Violating Probation, Parole
Aug03

3 Arrested For Violating Probation, Parole

Two people were arrested July 31, 2020 for violating probation, including a man accused of having a bag of suspected methamphetamine concealed on his body. A man was also jailed August 1 on a parole warrant. Concealed Controlled Substance Douglas Paul Merrell (HCSO jail photo) Douglas Paul Merrell was taken into custody at 11:47 a.m. July 31 on a warrant for violation of probation on a misdemeanor deadly conduct charge. The...

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County, City Settle Lawsuit without Blame in Death of Ross
Mar08

County, City Settle Lawsuit without Blame in Death of Ross

In a change of interpretation of the magistrate’s ruling, both the City of Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County have publicly stated the amount paid to the family of Chance Ross following Monday mediation in Sherman Division of the Eastern District Court of Texas. Tuesday night the Sulphur Springs City Council approved a sum of $1,000 from the city and $349,000 from the city’s insurance carrier to settle the award. Included in the...

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Federal Magistrate Seals Proceedings and Award Made in Chance Ross Family Case Against City
Mar07

Federal Magistrate Seals Proceedings and Award Made in Chance Ross Family Case Against City

When the Sulphur Springs City Council meets Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. in Executive Session, one item discussed will focus on pending litigation. In open session the council will discuss and take action on the Executive Session item regarding pending litigation. That litigation is the decision of a Federal Magistrate handed down Monday in Federal Court regarding the case. The council will be presented the findings of the magistrate and...

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Ross Family Seeks Justice For Chance In Federal Court
Feb11

Ross Family Seeks Justice For Chance In Federal Court

A Hopkins County family is seeking a jury trial in the Sherman Division of the Eastern District Court of Texas. Shelly and Tony Ross seek damages for emotional distress, medical and funeral expenses, plus attorney fees in case number 4:16-cv-00095-ALM-CAN  filed with the court by the David D. Davis Law office of Grand Prairie. Named in the suit as defendants are the city of Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Sulphur Springs Police Lt....

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SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 2
May18

SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 2

Sulphur Springs High School seniors Thursday night received more than $3.3 million in scholarship offers and other awards. Several students were the recipient of more than one award, some received offers from more than one institution, others received large awards or multiple awards from their chosen school. Rhett Reid has been offered a $4,0000 Academic Achievement Award from the University of Texas at Tyler, a $24,000 University of...

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Hopkins County Grand Jury Hands Down 81 Indictments in April, 2017
Apr26

Hopkins County Grand Jury Hands Down 81 Indictments in April, 2017

A total of 81 indictments were handed down by a Hopkins County Grand Jury Monday afternoon, April 24, 2017. Not all are listed below awaiting the arrest of the indicted. Those who have been arrested and indicted include: David Allen Woolverton, Jr., 35 of Como for seven counts of Prohibited Sexual Conduct. The conduct with a family member began in 2011 and has continued until the arrest. Woolverton had been charged with one count for...

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